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Thanks Cat. Your comments are appreciated and I'll be more specific on my case.
* I turned 59 in Nov so I'm not quite to the 59 1/2 mark.
* I resigned on good terms (can only have so much fun in 7 years).
* Don't need hardship funds
* 401K is more than $100,000.
* Would like to move some/all of 401K in my IRA to trade for more growth.

Are you saying that possibly when I turn 59 1/2 I can start withdrawing from that 401K without penalty?

Thanks, geofarm
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